Created on April 11, 2012
I thought this was pretty cool, some very interesting borders between countries...Sunday geography class is in session...lol
I absolutly love seeing videos like this......after seeing so much horror, death and corruption its so nice to know that things like this still happen
The Phoenix mom of two, who lost both arms in an accident as a toddler, has always had a competitive spirit: 'When someone says I can't do something, it lights a fire under me.'
Apparently, according to the source the two were arguing, the man slammed the woman to the ground where she got him in a leg hold and choked him until he he was unconscious
He fractured his skull once he hit the sidewalk. The two men then walked away, leaving Erik unconscious until a man from a nearby tattoo parlor found him and helped him.
A little fun at the NFL's expense never hurt anyone right?
A Los Angeles man accused of crashing his SUV through an Apple storefront in Temecula in a brazen burglary last week pleaded not guilty Wednesday, Sept. 12, to multiple felonies.
Mainstream media has been blatantly ignoring the success of the anti-Obama film "2016: Obama's America" despite its enormous success.
R.Lee Ermey reveals that he was fired from his role in the Geico Insurance commercial for daring to criticize Obama.
Madden Hebert is a typical week-old baby -- "eating like a champ and he doesn't fuss too much," according to his mother.
More than sunshine, cigars or the rollercoasters at Busch Gardens, Tampa is known for its naked ladies.
The alternate Ben rallies the populace of the area to help him recover "our" Thing, while our Ben wakes up to find himself prisoner of... the Red Skull.
Actor Charlie Sheen is making headlines again, but this time, it's for his generosity.
Stephanie Decker, who lost her legs while saving her kids from a tornado, was told it would be 12 months before she could walk with help. She did more than that.
TNA Wrestling looks to have got itself a brand new diva, as Brooke Hogan is set to join the cast and crew of the popular wrestling franchise.
With a third "Hulk" film increasingly likely given the success of "The Avengers," ABC is also pursuing its long-gestating plans for a "Hulk" TV series, ABC entertainment president Paul Lee said Tuesday.